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Well - payday would be a good time as long as you have a good emergency fund set up.

"Dollar cost averaging" tends to come to mind at these sorts of times. Recognize that
timing the market is a crap shoot, you try to buy companies that due diligence has put on
your "follow list" and buy at reasonable prices - not caring too much about the price other
than not paying excessive amounts for the earnings potential.

Howie52
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